Salovey pushes Yale involvement in CT
In his first year in office, University President Peter Salovey has made efforts to ensure that town-gown relations extend beyond New Haven alone.
UP CLOSE | A political presidency
As the public face of the University, the president frequently engages on issues that extend far beyond Yale. But is the Yale president a politician?
New colleges will have doubles, more students
With less than a year to go before Yale breaks ground on its two new residential colleges, the University has decided to alter its design plans — adding more than 50 new beds and replacing some singles with doubles.
SigEp responds to tailgate lawsuit
86 current and former members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity have filed a formal response to a suit filed against them.
Former staff member sues Yale
A former Yale staff member has filed suit alleging that Yale turned a blind eye to workplace discrimination against an employee with disabilities.
Budget cuts concern employees
Nearly six months after the University announced a $39 million deficit, recent budget cuts and layoffs have worn on many of Yale’s faculty and staff.